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Jerusalem: Between Breakthrough and Breakdown, Prospects for Progress in the Current Round of Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

80 Fifth Avenue, 802 80 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003

Jerusalem: Between Breakthrough and Breakdown, Prospects for Progress in the Current Round of Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations

New School for Public Engagement Co-Existence Initiative and the Julien J. Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs presents Jerusalem: Between Breakthrough and Breakdown, Prospects for Progress in the Current Round of Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations.

This program will be moderator by Warren Spielberg PhD, Director of the Co-Existence Initiative, and feature a special guest speaker, Danny Seidemann.

Danny Seidemann is the founder and director of Terrestrial Jerusalem, and Israeli non-governmental organization that promotes a permanent peace agreement that recognizes the rights of Palestinian inhabitants along with those of their Israeli counterparts.

Mr. Seidemann is a founder of  and continuing legal consultant  to Ir Shalem another NGO and has specialized in legal issues affecting the residents of East Jerusalem.  He has been involved in such key cases as the legal battles over the takeover of property in Silwan and Har Homa. 

Since 1994, he has also participated in Track II talks between Israelis and Palestinians and has consulted to both the Israeli government and with those drafting the Geneva Initiative.  He is a retired Reserve Major in the Israeli Defense Forces.

 

 
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Lectures and Panel Discussions

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General Public

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Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy, The New School for Public Engagement

Theme

International and Global

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Global Studies and Migration, International Affairs and Development

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Free; no tickets or reservations required; seating is first-come first-served.

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